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우크라이나인들의 민속 문화에 나타난 혼합적 종교성

Religious syncretism reflected in Ukrainian folk culture

슬라브硏究 v.24 no.1 , 2008년, pp.137 - 162   http://dx.doi.org/10.17840/irsprs.2008.24.1.006

Religious syncretism is the reconciliation or fusion of differing systems of belief. This is most evident in the areas of philosophy and religion, and usually results in a new teaching or belief system. Obviously, this has been regarded as very dangerous to Biblical Christianity. Religious syncretism often takes place when foreign beliefs are introduced to an indigenous belief system and the teachings are blended. The new, heterogeneous religion then takes a shape of its own. This has been seen clearly in the religious history of East Slavic countries, including Ukraine. The denominational history of Ukraine is complex. This complexity is determined by Ukraine’s location on the border between East and West, at the locus of contact between two world religions-Christianity and Islam-and between two major Christian Churches: Orthodoxy and Catholicism. The religious map of Ukraine has never been mono. Even in ancient Ukraine-Rus, there were local gods who were revered by separate tribes in addition to the gods whom the whole eastern Slavic world worshipped. By installing Christianity as the State religion in 988, Prince Volodymyr further complicated the map of religious life. He had hoped that this act should overcome a plurality of denominations. For the duration of about three centuries, the lower levels of the population (villages especially) remained pagan. But the upper tiers of society rapidly Christianized. In time, Ukrainians conducted their own unification of the religious world by combining paganism and Christianity into a hybrid belief system. This syncretic form of Christianized paganism describes the religion of most Ukrainians practically to this day. This study aims to show some evidences of this religious syncretism in folk culture, especially in peasant houses, rushnyky, pysanky, crosses, and folk icons. Through this study, the author carefully suggests that religious syncretism is an important part of contemporary Ukrainian religious systems that are a blending of multiple different belief systems, and are even now continually evolving as the philosophies of Ukrainian people.

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